With so many stocks in pain right now, could there possibly be any stocks left in the market that could still work in an investor portfolio?
This has been the question on the minds of many investors lately especially after the beating industrials, financials and tech stocks have taken lately. That is why Cramer decided to dig through last week's rubble to find a few groups that could have some life left in them.
"I think the selloff has gone on so long that we just accept there are many 'no-fly zone' sectors that we just stopped paying attention to months and months ago," the "Mad Money" host said. (Tweet This)
Cramer's favorite play lately has been on the uptrend in housing, which touches anything that goes into a house and anywhere that those goods are purchased—with exception of lumber. And now that the Fed is going to raise rates, there could be opportunity.
Home Depot stock has risen, but Lowe's is down despite the excellent commentary from both companies regarding appliances. Cramer also highlighted both Whirlpool and PPG as being down, though they have substantial operations overseas away from their domestic business.
There are also a few recession proof stocks that have stayed strong. Constellation Brands and Electronic Arts have shown people still love video games and booze. And Autozone and O'Reilly Automotive are proof that auto parts are still needed now that Americans are keeping their cars longer, regardless of what is happening in the stock market.
Finally there are the tech stocks and FANG stocks, an acronym for Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google, along with a few peaked cybersecurity stocks, Avago and Skyworks.
"This pastiche of winners allows us the illusion of a bull running through this market. To me, though, the real takeaway is that after last week, not even these stocks are safe," Cramer said.
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With oil plunging to the mid $30s and then bouncing back to $49 on Monday, Cramer isn't sure what to do with some of the energy stocks.
That is why he turned to the top brass of Cheniere Energy to find out what the future of energy could hold. Cheniere is a pioneer in building liquefied natural gas export terminals that will be able to ship an abundant amount of domestic natural gas to markets overseas where it is more expensive.
Has the carnage in oil finally hit a bottom, so the stock can bounce back again? To find out, Cramer spoke with the chairman and CEO of Cheniere Energy Charif Souki.
Souki explained that the bottom for oil is near, stating "I think we are pretty close."
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In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Disney: "I think if you take a year long view of it, I think you will do a lot better than you would do a day long. For the people who are really pinpoint traders, I think the stock can go back to $94 or $95. But if you look at it over the long term, I don't even know you'll know the difference."
Noble Corp: "I think Noble Corp has just been crushed. It's already down so much, I would not sell that stock. It's just been horrendous. It's up 30 percent from the bottom but big deal, it was at $13. Don't touch it."
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